Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Manager - Forensic Technology &

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EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services. The insights and quality services we deliver help build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies the world over. We develop outstanding leaders who team to deliver on our promises to all of our stakeholders. In so doing, we play a critical role in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities.
Our Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services (FIDS) practice advises corporations and their outside legal counsel on complex business matters that involve financial, fraud and forensic investigations and economic damages arising from disputes pertaining to intellectual property infringement and other various matters. EY is on the cutting-edge in current trends in fraud and forensic investigations and serves as a quality-focused liaison between our clients and the law. Our dynamic and talented Forensic Technology & Discovery Services (FTDS) group, a specialty group within FIDS, is currently seeking the right candidate for a career opportunity as a Manager.
Assist in performing fraud and forensic investigations; e-commerce settlement and management systems; expert witness services; and financial, economic, and statistical analyses. Enhance practice efficiencies and effectiveness. Begin to develop specialization in specific industries/practice areas. Be active in at least one external professional organization.
Develop/maintain productive relationships with client management. Collaborate to plan the engagement. Manage expectations of service. Stay informed of the client's industry, and recognize key performance drivers, business trends, and emerging technical/industry developments.
Develop people. Delegate work effectively. Contribute to performance feedback/training and conduct performance reviews. Lead in developing learning, recruiting, and staffing programs, and/or other practice-wide needs.
Commit to developing knowledge. Use technology to continually learn, share knowledge with team members, and enhance service delivery.
Generate new business opportunities. Understand EY's service lines and actively assess/present opportunities for EY to provide quality services. Develop long-term relationships and networks.
To qualify, candidates must have:
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ a bachelor's degree and approximately 5 years of related work experience; or a graduate degree and approximately 4 years of related work experience ΓΆΒ ΒΆ at least 1 professional designation (e.g., CPA, CFA, CFE), or be in the process of attaining 1 of these professional designations ΓΆΒ ΒΆ a minimum of 3+ years of relevant in-depth computer fraud and forensic investigations and/or electronic discovery experience, preferably with a professional services firm, a boutique firm, or a technology, communications, or entertainment company ΓΆΒ ΒΆ in-depth knowledge of Relativity, Encase or other document management/collection tools.
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ experience managing staff on multiple projects and providing direction to team members; experience conducting project progress meetings with clients ΓΆΒ ΒΆ ability to develop detailed work plans, manage multiple projects, and lead team members ΓΆΒ ΒΆ strong financial, analytical, technical, and interpersonal skills ΓΆΒ ΒΆ excellent business development and client acquisition skills; strong presentation skills ΓΆΒ ΒΆ excellent written and verbal communication skills ΓΆΒ ΒΆ substantial knowledge of PC-based analytical tools, including databases (Access) and spreadsheets (Excel) ΓΆΒ ΒΆ a valid driver's license in the United States, and be will and able to travel is required
Ernst & Young LLP, an equal opportunity employer, values the diversity of our work force and the knowledge of our people.

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